Nov. 30-Dec. 2, Deauville, France
“Is the sharing economy a sharing world?”
The sharing economy has been heralded as a business mega-trend, with global revenues set to rise from 15 billion USD today to 335 billion USD by 2025. And it’s not in just the United States where “collaborative consumption” and “P2P exchanges through technology” have taken hold. In Europe, Brazil (indeed, much of Latin America), and even China, people are proving happy to hop into strangers’ cars, welcome them into their homes, eat food in their dining rooms, and rent them clothing, cars, boats, and power tools.
The 2016 Women’s Forum Global Meeting takes up the implications of the sharing economy mega-trend for traditionally-organized sectors and industries and for how we work as well as consume. There’s a clearly apparent difference between sharing economy business practices and visions of collaborative societies, though.
Your registration includes:
- Access to all Plenary sessions
- Access to the Discovery Hall and its Program
- Participation in Breakout sessions
- 12-month membership, includes access to exclusive networking opportunities
- Lunches: 30 November - 01 December / Dinners: 30 November - 01 December (TBC)
- Your profile in the online Women's Forum Yearbook (for all delegates who register before 15 November)
- Opportunity to submit a "Leader-to-Be" (talented young professional, 30 years old or younger as of 30 November 2016) who is entitled to a special tariff.
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All prices are per delegate, before VAT (20%) and are in Euros for delegates based inside the European Economic Area1 and Switzerland, and in USD for delegates from the rest of the world.
1 Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Republic of Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, UK
- GROUP RATES start from 3 delegates from the same corporation.
- NGO (only state-approved charitable organizations may be considered as an NGO ; delegates from non-governmental organizations or professional network associations do not fall under this category).
- START-UP founders ( for start-ups created less than 5 years ago, under 51 employees worldwide whose main focus is in line with the program).
- Honored Delegation from Canada and the Philippines
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Registration open until 25.11.16